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  1. On sense and reference. GOTTLOB FREGE. [As reprinted in A.W. Moore (ed.) Meaning and Reference. Oxford: Oxford University Press.] Equality [1] gives rise to challenging questions which are not altogether easy to answer. Is it a relation? A relation between objects, or between names or signs of objects?

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  2. In the philosophy of language, the distinction between sense and reference was an idea of the German philosopher and mathematician Gottlob Frege in 1892 (in his paper "On Sense and Reference"; German: "Über Sinn und Bedeutung"), reflecting the two ways he believed a singular term may have meaning.

  3. 13. Okt. 2023 · The regular connexion between a sign, its sense, and its reference is of such a kind that to the sign there corresponds a definite sense and to that in turn a definite reference, while to a given reference (an object) there does not belong only a single sign.

  4. 5. Jan. 2015 · On Sense And Reference. by. Gottlob Frege. Publication date. 1892. Usage. Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0. Topics. Analytic Philosophy, Philosophy of Language, Gottlob Frege.

  5. The regular connexion between a sign, its sense, and its reference is of such a kind that to the sign there corre-sponds a definite sense and to that in turn a definite ref-erence, while to a given reference (an object) there does not belong only a single sign.

  6. Introduction. The German mathematician and philosopher, Gottlob Frege, is widely regarded as the father of analytic philosophy. His work has shaped everything which has been written in the philosophy of language in the analytic tradition. I think there are two principal reasons for this.

  7. 14. Sept. 1995 · Frege’s seminal paper in the philosophy of language is ‘Über Sinn und Bedeutung’ (‘On Sense and Reference’, 1892a). In this paper, Frege considered two puzzles about language and noticed, in each case, that one cannot account for the meaningfulness or logical behavior of certain sentences simply on the basis of the ...